Sanrio Roller Skates
For Sanrio fans who also love rocking the Y2K style, US fashion brand Dolls Kill has the ultimate collection to fulfil your style dreams. Introducing their Hello Kitty-themed roller skates and Gudetama loungewear, now you’re all set for your next skating adventure with your girlfriends at East Coast Park.
Hello Kitty Roller Skates
The Hello Kitty roller skates are decked with the adorable kitty printed all over the skates. It’s even complete with her iconic puffy ribbon above the laces. The padded collars on top also ensures that your ankles are comfy even when you zoom past other skaters in the park.
For those who love the e-girl vibe, Kuromi is your character. Featuring a pair of black roller skates with contrasting pink laces and skull motifs, this design screams 90s punk girl.
Kuromi herself can be seen on the side of the skates with a smirk on her face. This design matches the checkered monochrome wheels below. Both skates are retailing at USD$118 (~SGD$160.59) each.
Dolls Kill x Hello Kitty collection
On top of the roller skates, Dolls Kill has also released more Sanrio merchandise such as Hello Kitty cowboy boots. The leather boots come in a dreamy design of Hello Kitty enjoying a glass of milk, finished with pastel pink bows on top.
The cowboy boots are retailing at USD$115 (~SGD$156.50), perfect for making a bold fashion statement in your next OOTD.
Match the high-cut boots with the Little Twin Stars mesh skirt, featuring a whimsical pattern of Kiki and Lala flying through the sky. The skirt is retailing at USD$30 (~SGD$40.83).
Or, if you’re feeling rather lazy, nua your day away in this Gudetama pyjamas set instead. The set comes in a cropped tank of the egg yolk being lazy AF, along with a matching pair of comfy high-waisted shorts. The Gudetama pyjamas set retails at USD$50 (~SGD$68).
Go On A Fun Outdoor Date With These Sanrio Roller Skates To Kickstart The New Year
The Sanrio roller skates can be purchased on Dolls Kill’s online website, along with the cowboy boots and additional clothing items. For Sanrio fans who are still looking for more merch to complete your collection, check out UNIQLO’s newest Sanrio collection with 80s designs of Hello Kitty and Cinnamoroll.
All images courtesy of Dolls Kill.